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  1. Launchpad got updated yesterday. L20: 3.76 (Don't remember it exactly it was something around there) LSAT: 154, 167
  2. If you passed the course I'm pretty sure it counts towards the credits in your B2 but they just won't use those courses as part of your GPA calculation. So if you took 5 and two were CR/NCR it would still count as 5 but only those other 3 courses would be used as part of your GPA calculation.
  3. What about a Canadian that writes the NYC bar exam?
  4. I'm looking for someone I could talk to who has attended a law school in Ontario and then went on to find employment in NYC. I know it's a very non-traditional route but it's just an option I'm exploring.
  5. Just got the email 15 minutes ago. cGPA: Not sure L2: 3.77 LSAT: 167 EC's: It's all subjective, everyone thinks they have good EC's I would rank mine as decent.
  6. This happened to me too, they keep replying with "Hello - All of your regular university underg­raduate work is included in the OLSAS GPA - regardless of part-time or full-time studies. In the "Academic Background" section you can click on the "View" button next to your institution(s) to see all the details on the conversion. Information on how OLSAS calculates a GPA can be reviewed here: https://www.ouac.on.ca/guide/olsas-gpa-calcul­ations/. Thanks - Katja\OLSAS"
  7. Does anyone know how to get through to OLSAS if they made a mistake in their GPA calculation. I did an extra year where I attended two institutions so I took a total of 4 courses per semester but they've classified it as a part-time year somehow. I've messaged them twice using the SAM but receive the same response listed below: "Hello - All of your regular university underg­raduate work is included in the OLSAS GPA - regardless of part-time or full-time studies. In the "Academic Background" section you can click on the "View" button next to your institution(s) to see all the details on the conversion. Information on how OLSAS calculates a GPA can be reviewed here: https://www.ouac.on.ca/guide/olsas-gpa-calcul­ations/. Thanks - Katja\OLSAS"
  8. For anyone that has applied through OLSAS, how do they give you a GPA calculation? Is it just cGPA or do they break it down by year. Also, around what time in December do they usually update it?
  9. B2 is 3.88 using the OLSAS chart, LSAT is 167. I also want to confirm if anyone knows that full course-load at Queens can be 4 courses per semester.
  10. Would it look bad to rewrite and have a lower score? My GPA is lower than the median which is a 3.86 but I don't wanna make my application worse if I end up with a lower score. My first LSAT attempt was a 154 so the upward trend helps I feel.
  11. Also need your guys opinion on whether it would be worth rewriting the January LSAT to try to aim for a 170 plus. The 167 was a couple points lower than what I was PT'ing it, I'm just wondering if I should risk writing it again. I don't wanna get a lower score but at the same time I wanna be more competitive for U of T.
  12. What are my chances with a B3 of 3.83 and an LSAT score of 167.
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